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. the gentleman from massachusetts will state his inquiry. mr. mcgovern: mr. spear, is it true that a bill considered under suspension of the rules denies the minority party the right to offer any amendments or even a motion to recommit? the speaker pro tempore: a motion to suspend is not liable to amendment on the floor. mr. mcgovern: further parliamentary inquiry, meerks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman will state his parliamentary inquiry. mr. mcgovern: is it true that it requires a 2/3 supermajority vote in order for a bill to vote? the speaker pro tempore: under rule 15, a motion to suspend it will have 2/3, a quorum being present. mr. mcgovern: further parliamentary inquiry, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentman will state his inquiry. >> the house is not in order. the speaker pro tempore: the house will be in order. the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. mcgovern: is it also true, mr. speaker, that a bill considered under suspension of the rules does not pass if it receives a simple majority vote but no2/3 of the vote? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is corr
the country. massachusetts democratic governor deval patrick, wisconsin's republican governor scott walker, ohio's republican governor john kasich, and los angeles democratic mayor antonio villaraigosa. what is the impact with the washington impasse in their states? what will be the impact out in the country if the president and congress are unable to reach a deal to raise the debt limit? it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. welcome to "face the nation" on this fourth of july weekend. governor patrick is in rockport, massachusetts. ohio governor governor john kasich is in massachusetts. republican governor scott walker joins us from his state capital in madison and los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa is out at the aspen ideas festival in aspen, colorado. i want to thank all of you for being with us on this holiday weekend. governor kasich, i'm going to start with you. you were a part of that foursome two weeks
to conversation with the candidate. our guest this evening is former massachusetts governor mix from a. -- mitt romney. we will get to know where he stands on the key issues. we will start with questions from me, but after the break, we will bring questions from the studio audience in a town hall format. let us get a quick look at the candidate's biography. he chose this form, rich in beauty and political history, as the spot to make his second run for the white house official. >> i believe in america, and i am running for president. >> met romney was going in detroit on march 12, 1947. he spent 30 months in france as a mormon missionary. romney and his wife met in elementary school. they married in 1969. they have five sons and 16 grandchildren. romney graduated from brigham young and current dual degrees from harvard law and harvard business school. he worked as a business consultant before founding an investment firm. in 1999, he came to the rescue of the salt lake city winter olympics, which was on the verge of collapse. soon afterward, he was elected governor of massachusetts. >> good to s
expired. the gentleman from massachusetts is recognized. mr. mcgovern: madam speaker, at this time i'd like to yield one minute to the gentleman from texas, a member of the committee of the ways and means, mr. doggett. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. doggett: this republican ploy is too clever by hat. at the very same time republican senators are filibustering against bringing up this proposal in the senate. the house republicans are insisting on bringing it up here so they can vote it down. while it is imperfect and imbalanced, this reid proposal protects educational opportunities for college students, it protects retirement security through medicare and social security, and it provides more important resources for public services than the reactionary house republican budget. with house republicans still at fault for refusing to seek any type of middle ground, the reid bill is the least worse alternative to avoid default. as desperate as they were last night, to cobble together a handful of votes to pass a partisan boehner bill, th
will be in order. the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. mcgovern: i yield myself five seconds. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. mcgovern: my colleague from california keeps on saying that the boehner bill was bipartisan. i remind him not one single democrat voted for that bill because democrats do not want to decimate social security. mr. dreier: would the gentleman yield? mr. mcgovern: at this time i'd like to yield 30 seconds to the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. fattah. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania is recognized for 30 seconds. mr.attah: i assume that something that the american people are gullible, but this is not a coincidence or happenchance. we got a republican majority that took us from trillions in surplus to trillions in deficit. added a $7 trillion prescription drug plan. unfunded wars. and then refused any additional revenue. and choking off our country's ability to pay its debt. now they want to walk us towards default. there is a special place in the shadows of the history books for a group of people who in order to gain powe
fiscal path to prosperi. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. mcgovern: mr. speaker, at this time i'd like to yield minutes to the distinguished gentlewoman from connecticut, ms. delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from connecticut is recognized for two minutes. ms. delauro: mr. speaker, we are five days away from a historic, unprecedented and needless default. instead of acting responsibly and in a bipartisan way to raise the debt ceiling, the republican majority continues to hold the american economy hostage to press their agenda. even though the debt ceiling was raised seven times under president bush, even though 110 current members of the majority have voted to raise the debt ceiling in the past, the majority continues its dangerous games of brinkmanship. included in this bill is $917 billion in cuts, mostly to critical public investment, education, infrastructure, biomedical research, law enforcement, food safety, they will all be slashed. and yet these progrs, which i call discretionary programs, they are only 3.1% higher tha
the floor. the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. mcgovern: i yield 10 seconds to the gentleman from maryland, mr. van hollen. the speaker pro tempore: is recognized for 10 second. mr. van hollen: just to be very clear. what we did was eliminated the overpayments to some of the medicare advantage pns and, and -- madam speaker -- madam speaker -- the speaker pro tempore: the house is not in order. the gentleman will suspend. the gentleman is recognized. mr. van hollen: thank you, madam speaker. we used much of those savings to close the prescription drug doughnut hole. inour budget you took the hole $500 billion, but you reopened the drug doughnut hole at the same time you are eliminating the medicare guarantee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from california. mr. dreier: madam speaker, let me yield myself five seconds to say i thank the gentleman for once again pointing to the fact there is nothing in the boehner proposal that there's anything that cuts social security or medicare. madam speaker, with th i'm happy to yield 15 seconds to a new member fr
in sagamore beach, massachusetts, as the mathew a. pucino post office. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from oklahoma, mr. lankford, and the gentleman from illinois, mr. davis, each will control 20 minutes. the gentleman from oklahoma. mr. lankford: i ask that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous trl. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, order. mr. lankford: h.r. 2062 was introduced by representative keating and would designate the facility of the united states postal service located at 45 meetinghouse lane in sagamore beach, massachusetts, as the mathew a. pucino post office. maw matthew pucino was killed in 2009 when his vehicle struck an improvised explosive dwhismse enlisted in 2002 as a special forces candidate and went on to earn the green beret as an engineer sergeant. he was conducting a combat patrol near the pakistani border. he was an intelligence sergeant with the 20th special forces group on his sec deployment. he'd served in iraq with he fifth special forces group. as a result of his bravery in his first de
. slaughter: mr. speaker, i'm pleased to yield two minutes to the gentleman from massachusetts, mr. markey. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. markey: the republican party's deficit plan is very simple. one, prolong the default crisis. two, push the nation to the very brink of economic collapse. three, repeat it all again and again until election day, 2012. the republican party cares only about political victory. they don't want compromise. they want capitulation. and if america goes into default, it will be your fault. we now have the perform of the republican party's political paradox. republicans hate government. but they have to run for office in order to make sure it doesn't work. in 1995 and 1996 the republican party shut down the federal government. in 1997 and 1998, the republicans shut down the congress over impeachment. earlier this year they threatened to shut down the federal government again unless they got an extension of tax cuts for the very rich. and now republicans are trying to shut down the entire economy. republicans are turning a
? >> because she could not get confirmed. >> now there is talk she will run for the senate in massachusetts against scott brown. >> this is a perfect time for her to announce she is. we would be happy to mention it on this show. scott brown is formidable -- having been in massachusetts recently talking to democrats who think it will be an uphill race against him. let's make one thing clear about richard cordray, outstanding attorney general of ohio. it is not just elizabeth warren and they are trying to sink, republicans. dick shelby says he is going to filibuster him. they don't like this agency. >> they at never have. they don't like consumers very much. >> they don't like the revenue stream this agency has. >> that's exactly right, because it gives them autonomy -- that congress not >> let me explain to the viewers out there that this segment is three massachusetts democrats of the elizabeth warren campaign for senate, to a polling place -- >> did you read "the new york times"? >> i liked mark's endorsement of her. >> she would make a good candidate, but so is brown. >> i feel like a sig
maryland" first and only at 4:30. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> severe storms pound massachusetts. look at this. you can see the funnel cloud in the upper right of the scene. tore -- screen. tornado warnings were issued but there are no confirmed touchdowns so far. >> it brought it back from the last time, too, really, because it didn't happen that long ago. >> my husband called and says, there's a tornado warning. and we are like oh no there can't be another one. >> those storms in massachusetts caused damage to the families and their temporary homes. the home had been seriously damaged in the storms in june and they were living in modular home until their was fixed. >> and remember when there is severe weather sign up for the wmar, abc2 weather app for iphone users and you can use the interactive maps to track the storms live and get the latest forecast wherever you are. and they will tell you you can look at the seven-day forecast. head to abc2news.com/weather and there you will find a free weather app link. get instruction on how to install it and check it out or just watch ju
in massachusetts. massachusetts has been a cost containment nightmare and they have been forced to implement price controls. one of the issue is massachusetts had the lowest number of uninsured in the country. right? they had 94% of people who were insured. 6work were not. why not deal with the 6%? romney wanted to be historic. he had had to mandate that everybody go into romneycare. the biggest issue is they didn't have the guts in massachusetts just like president obama to make the penalty for signing up, greater than the actual premium. what you have in massachusetts is a bunch of people are getting sick. they're just signing up when they go to the hospital. they are paying the penalty. >> bob: some people are getting sick in massachusetts? are they eating bad cod? >> andrea: you know what happens. a bunch of people jumping in at different times. driving the cost through the roof. frankly, romneycare is obamacare. it's absolute night mary. >> bob: by the way, no exchanges set up except for few states. >> andrea: no one signed up. >> bob: you have until 2014 to do that. in m.d., i'm one of the f
massachusetts. the chair: the gentleman from massachusetts is recognized. >> i thank the gentleman very much. this is a classic case of ancestor worship. they leave in money for nuclear but zero out money for wind. zero out the money for solar, zero out the money for energy efficiency. mr. markey: zero out the money for conservation. so here we are, it's two months after fukushima, the capital markets are saying, we're not going to touch new nuclear power plants but this amendment says, we're leaving in $476 million for research done by the federal government for nuclear power. but for wind and solar, all the new technologies coming down the line, that don't have -- don't melt down, no, that money is going to be zeroed out. zeroed. zeroed. zero for the future. but this rearview mirror budget which -- an amendment, being made by the gentleman from california, it continues to reflect this attitude, this fear, let's admit, there's a fear in the oil and gas industry and the nuclear industry have about wind and solar and geothermal and the ever increasing efficient soif technologies across the bo
on a sound fiscal path to prosperity. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. mcgovern: mr. speaker, at this time i'd like to yield minutes to the distinguished gentlewoman from connecticut, ms. delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from connecticut is recognized for two minutes. ms. delauro: mr. speaker, we are five days away from a historic, unprecedented and needless default. instead of acting responsibly and in a bipartisan way to raise the debt ceiling, the republican majority continues to hold the american economy hostage to press their agenda. even though the debt ceiling was raised seven times under president bush, even though 110 current members of the majority have voted to raise the debt ceiling in the past, the majority continues its dangerous games of brinkmanship. included in this bill is $917 billion in cuts, mostly to critical public investment, education, infrastructure, biomedical research, law enforcement, food safety, they will all be slashed. and yet these programs, which i call discretionary programs, they are only 3.1% high
for the united states senate in massachusetts in 1994 against ted kennedy. this never aired, but it was given to politico.com today. check it out. >> mitt romney says he saved bain & company. but he didn't tell you on the day he took over, he had his predecessor fire hundreds of employees. or that the company was rescued with a federal bailout of $10 million. the rest of us had to absorb the loss. romney and others made $4 million in this deal, which cost ordinary people $10 million. maybe he's just against government when it helps working men and women. >> that is from 17 years ago. the only thing you would have to change in order to run that ad against mitt romney now is you'd have to like change mitt romney's hairdo slightly. see? there you go. that's all you would have to do, and you could just run that ad today. he is running for president now on the exact same basis on which he was running for senate 17 years ago. he is running on his business record as a job creator at bain capital. that was an ad that did not run against mitt romney when he was running for senate back then. but the ca
their own loved ones? >>> and caught. after learning of a big shark caught off massachusetts this weekend, our correspondent, face to face in the water. >>> good evening on this sunday night. as we begin here with that abc news exclusive. the woman at the center of the storm. the hotel maid who accused one of the world's most powerful men, dominique strauss-kahn, of sexual assault, is now breaking her silence tonight. just a short time ago, sitting down with abc's robin roberts. the hotel worker says she stands by her story, declaring, god as my witness, i'm telling the truth. for the first time, we see here, and linsey davis is here with what we've heard so far. >> reporter: this is the first time we're seeing her face. perhaps you've never heard her name before. nafissatou diallo is the woman we simply came to know as the hotel maid who accused dominique strauss-kahn of attempted rape. she's ending her silence with an exclusive tv interview with "good morning america's" robin roberts. why now? "i never want to be in public," she says, "but i have no choice. now i have to be in public. i
, everyone. welcome back to the conversation with candidates former massachusetts governor mitt romney. is time to bring in questions from our audience and we certainly do have plenty to choose from. i will jump in that right now let's get to our first guest, and the first question comes from stacy from arra and it centers on all of us basically, the middle-class. >> fuel and health care costs are climbing out of control. many of us hold service positions and work hard every day for little to no pay increase year after year, people like educators, police officers and firemen. the one. >> been great health care coverage which now seems to be coming to an and. how we you help those of us that are the hard-working middle-class? >> the american people are suffering and you have put your finger on some of the ways you are suffering. 20 million americans today out of work or vastly under employed. at the same time indicated fuel prices going up, food prices are going up and wages are going up not just in government that in the private sector as well. basically you have an economy that is not
to yield five minutes to mr. frank of massachusetts. the speaker pro tempore: how much time? ms. slaughter: five. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. frank: first i want to express my objection to the rule, the chairman of the rules committee said maybe i can get a unanimous consent agreement to modify it. all the members are not created equal. this rule gives a total of 10 minutes for each amendment, five and five. that is simply inadequate, grossly inadequate, for discussing some of these important amendments. there are two amendments in particular where i will be approaching my colleagues in the majority to see if we can get an extension of time. but if that's not the case, i will be very, very disappointed that major issues here in this important subject of consumer protection would be given only five minutes on each side. now, let's get to the substance. my republican colleagues have had a little bit of a change of heart since last year. when we debated this bill in committee, actually we debated it in 2009 in committee, this particular section,
, straight ahead. >> sean: welcome back. zi former massachusetts governor, mitt romney. you have to win a republican primary to get that opportunity to debate president obama. the one issue that you know keeps coming up is the issue of what they call romneycare. your health care bill in massachusetts. i want to give you an opportunity today to address the conservatives, the tea party movement and explain to them, because that keeps coming up again and again. what happened? what the bill was about? how you differentiate that from obamacare? when you went to iowa, the democratic party lovingly welcomed you to the state and said because you paved the way for health care reform in massachusetts, we were able to pass the affordable care act, obamacare. it seems to be their strategy to say the same thing. to explain to conservatives that is their big area of skepticism for you, because it is one issue that comes up. in your own words, what do you want to tell them about it? it does not seem to go away >> first, if i were president, i will repeal obamacare. the first day of my administration i
scott brown in massachusetts. more on that as well. >>> up next, senator diane feinstein, the debt ceiling snowdown. the handover in afghanistan today. and more trouble with pakistan. we'll talk to the intelligence chair. still ahead, uk hacking scandal claims another top official at scotland yard. send me your thoughts on twitter. this is "andrea mitchell this is "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns and rural communities, giving them a new choice. we'll deliver better service, with thousands of new cell sites... for greater access to all the things you want, whenever you want them. it's the at&t network... and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. an accident doesn't have to slow you down. with better car replacement, available only with liberty mutual auto insurance, if your car is totaled, we give you the money for a car one model year newer. to learn more, visit us tod
in my state, massachusetts. i do a lot of my research at boston matinee and the first thing you see is a big portrait of daniel webster. and that's part of the problem. a lot of americans think that daniel wrote the dictionary, particularly in massachusetts. so i want to tell you about webster's incredible shrinking reputation after his death in 1843. when he dies, he is considered a national treasure. one story says he is out there in america's trinity of fame along with columbus in washington. in 1850s, none other than jefferson davis who was then a senator from mississippi says the following, we have a duty of language which no other people possess and we owe this unity above all the noah webster's yankee selling book. now today, noah webster if he's not confuse with daniel, is best known for the dictionary, but in his lifetime he was best known for his speller that comes on 1783. that was the harry potter of its day. that book, america population of 3 million in 1783, in its first year that book sold 5000 copies. over the next century, that book would sell 100 million copies. an
because people thought of their country has virginia or massachusetts or pennsylvania. they had 100 years of loyalty to overcome how can you create a european consciousness when you are a bridge or german or french, french and? the loyalty to your nation is so strong how do you create this european union? it's not easy and that is the problem the founders faced is in the united states what is it to be an american? that was very, very difficult, and as the civil war proved, it fell apart but to lincoln to voice the other side that there is something that we have a dream, we have a dream that we are a nation that has an exceptional mission in the world to preserve democracy and bring it to the rest of the world, not by force or troops, but all through the 19th century we supported the revolution with one exception that we support all the resolutions of 1821, french bruges' what revolution of 1848 which all field of course but we support it. we were the first state to recognize the new republican space regime. degette overthrown in the power but the first state kept pushing for that with one
reserves the balance of her time the gentleman from massachusetts, mr. frank, is recognized. mr. frank: i'm appalled at the gentleman saying it's un-american. and he made a misstatement when he said we took a good idea and ruined it. if it was such a good idea, why was ohe opposed to that good idea? he's making a big deal of the fact thatwe switched our view after listening to people, after having hearings, we made a change. that's why you have hearings. e desaied after debate that the model of the control of the currency a single individual, appointed by the president, was a better model for the consumer agcy, to so does everyone else who supported it. the gentleman from alabama said, that was a good idea and you runed it. the gentleman from alabama was opposed to it when it was a good idea. he was opposed to the notion of an independence consumer agency. he makes a point of stressing that, yes, after hearing, a single individual would be bett than a consumer hearing. he made a change that dwarred the tra yectry of ours. he is now telling us retroactively that it was a good idea. even th
start to engage with him and talk about his records on jobs in massachusetts. he very much is above the fray now and in some ways looking toward -- chris: if rick perry comes in with a great jobs record and romney doesn't have one. how does he avoid that immediate fight? >> it's going to be hard to avoid that fight because you're going to have perry come in and say he is creating more jobs than any other state over the last years in office and you're going to have his record, romney's record in massachusetts where he was 47th, 48th when he was governor. you're also going to have perry come in and be the real guy. chris: will the boys club as we used to call it, sometimes the white boys club, the governors, will they get behind perry or is thering in wrong is there? i sense there might be. they think he is a winner in the general election? >> there is a lot of doubt. he is like the "saturday night live" version of george w bush, but he is perfect for the tenor of the republican party today, which i think in the debt fight is showing that they're in the midst of a slow motion secessio
off, the eastern seaboard of the united states. massachusetts, connecticut, vermont, new hampshire, new york -- >> iowa. >> iowa did it by the court and the court is about to leave. the reality is this was a signal achievement. for a guy who lost in 2002 the democratic primary in a bad way for governor, to come back as far as he has, is a real achievement. >> i want to know who put him there for that day before the vote, the president's weaselly answer in front of a gay audience may enter, the better and the president look worse. -- andrew cuomo looked better and the president look worse. >> i think this is a historic vote. it was not done by judges as in massachusetts. it was done by residents -- representatives in new york state. this is an issue that is essentially decided is generational change. cuomo did something interesting the morning after this. he is now going to expand or propose expanded drilling for natural gas and the factor -- and the process that will pick up all the people on the right. i think this is a guy who is looking to have a large constituency are larger th
. but for folks living at one apartment complex on massachusetts avenue, the heat is downright unbearable. the air conditioning hasn't been working right since thursday, and it's not going to be fixed until tuesday. one resident says in her apartment, it's a stifling 91 degrees. property managers are working to make things cooler. in the meantime, they have extended hours of the rooftop pool there. the pool won't close until 2:00 a.m. chuck bell standing by in the weather center with an update. chuck, how hot did it get today? >> another day in the record books, that's all that matters. we keep breaking one record after another. we set a record before the sun even came up this morning. the overnight low temperature at national airport dropped to only 84 degrees. that's a record high overnight low temperature for the date. and i suspect i'm going to be look through the record books, and i think it will tie the warmest high temperature ever in washington, tied with one other day when we only dropped to 84. right now we're at 100 degrees at national airport. 99 manassas. 99 fairfax. 95 in gaithersbur
hado -- video from massachusetts of the nasty storm that caused damage. you can see the funnel cloud in the upper right corner of the screen. this happened in western massachusetts late yesterday afternoon. right outside springfield, oh, you remember them? they had the big tornado that rolled through downtown caught on numerous video cameras with rain and wind brought down small branches and leaves and clogged gutters and flooded roads and caused lots of damage to homes and scared people who thought they had their fix earlier in the summer. but, obviously they have to fix a lot more stuff right now. let's bring it back home. we have had storm free conditions around here. that's good. but in towson, the big news here is the lack of weather. okay. the sun is coming up over the eastern sky a deep blue sky. the wind is out of the west northwest and dropped the humidity and dropping our temperatures. we slipped into the 60s in baltimore county. that's a beautiful thing. but now starting to ramp back upbecause the sun is coming up. officially 74 in baltimore at bwi marshal. 58 in erie, p.a
in massachusetts against scott brown. >> this is a part time for her to announce that she is pretty happy to mention it on this show. scott brown is formidable. i've been talking to a number of democrats who think there is going to be an uphill race against him. but let's make one thing clear about richard cordray, who is an outstanding attorney general of ohio. it is not just elizabeth warren and they are trying to sink, the republicans. shelby is going to filibuster hamid they don't like this agency. >> they never have. and they don't like consumers very much. >> they don't like the revenue stream this agency has. >> that's right, because it gives them autonomy that congress -- >> let me just explain to the viewers out there that this segment is three massachusetts democrats of the elizabeth warren campaign for senate coming to a polling place near you. "the new yorkread times"? endorsement.k's >> she would make a fabulous candidate, but so is brown -- >> i feel like a sign language interpreter on the show. i have to explain what is really happening. >> this replaced the sarah palin seg
indicating that she may be considering a senate bid against massachusetts freshman senator, scott brown. appearing right here on msnbc's andrea mitchell reports yesterday, warren said she will think about running once she returns home. >> i've been working 14 hours a day on trying to stand this consumer agency up really for more than a year now. and it's been wonderful work. but it has been all-absorbing work. massachusetts does beckon in the sense that it's my home and i need to go home. and when i go home, i'll do more thinking then. but i need to do that thinking not from washington. i need to go home. >> if she decides to run, elizabeth warren and brown would face off in what could be one of 2012's most-watched senatorial races. >>> new pictures from space shuttle "atlantis," it undocked from the international space station for the final time this morning. "atlantis" crew members are going through their last inspections of the shuttle's heat shield ahead of their scheduled return to earth. the journey home will end the 30-year run of nasa's shuttle program. history will happen live
to cut off, the eastern seaboard of the united states. massachusetts, connecticut, vermont, new hampshire, and in new york. >> and iowa. >> why of did it by the courts and the court is about -- to me -- iowa did it by the courts and the court is about to leave. for a guy lost in 2002 the democratic primary in a bad way, to come back the way he has done is a real achievement. >> i want to know who the advance man is for the president who put him there the day before the bout, and the president's weaselly answer before a gay audience made andrew cuomo look better and the president look worse. >> i think this is a historic moment. the vote was not done by eight judges, as in massachusetts. it was done by the people, their representatives. in new york state, it is a matter of time. this is an issue that is essentially decided as generational change. cuomo did something interesting basically the morning after this. he is now going to expand or propose expanded drilling for natural gas, a process in new york which is going to appeal to people on the right. i think this is a guy who was looking
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